January 15, 2024
While were in Texas the first copies of my new William Seymour book arrived at our home. My brother, Dan, stopped by and put the books inside. We don't know what we would do without Danny and his wife, Anita. They take care of so many things for us while we are on the road.
The new book is an edited, enlarged edition of the book I wrote twenty years ago. This new edition is published by Whitaker Books and has about thirty percent more material. You can order your copy through our online bookstore.
January 14, 2024 - Centerville, TX
It was wonderful to be back with our friends at Chapel of the Hills in Centerville, TX. Pastor Gary Stutz was a BRSM student and the church definitely has the DNA of revival. We had planned to stay over and go to Houston on Tuesday after the services but an ice storm was headed that way and we left immediately after the PM services, trying to beat the weather. We did have some freezing rain and snow but thanks be to God we made it home safe.
January 12, 2024 - Acts 6:4
Attending the Acts 6:4 Conference in Texarkana, TX has become a new year tradition for Lynda and I. For several years we have set up our resource table and promote River of Revival and Christian Life Books. The conference never fails. We fellowship with new and old friends and enjoy some of the greatest music and Pentecostal preaching in the country. Our friends, Jason and Tosha Stidham host the conference and do and excellent job. We recommend Acts 6:4 to all our friends.
January 7 , 2024 - Seiling, Oklahoma
Our first services of the year were at Restoration church in Seiling, OK. This was our first time in Seiling and we enjoyed a great time of fellowship with the good people of Restoration chuch. You know it is going to be a good Sunday when the church serves biscuits and gravy for breakfast.
January 1, 2024
We drove back from Bryan, TX on Sunday afternoon, December 31, after enjoying a good service at Brazos Valley Family Worship Center. We got back to Duncan late but enjoyed a quiet, restful New Years Day at home. We love to travel, but the older we get the more we love being home.